Electro pneumatic valves 2/2, 3/2, 5/2, 5/3-way

Electro pneumatic valves 2/2, 3/2, 5/2, 5/3-way

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Monostable valves are valves where a continuous control signal is required to switch the valve. If this control signal is lost, the valve switches by means of. resilience to its rest position.


Bistable valves can be permanently switched over by a short control signal. The valve remains in its position without a signal. The valve switches again by a control signal on the other side. A separate control is therefore required for each stand.

The valves are available in a standard and NAMUR operated version. A NAMUR valve is a pneumatic valve with a special connection pattern of the outputs of the valve. These outputs are normally the ports 2 and 4 of a valve. This type of connection allows the valves to be mounted directly on a pneumatic actuator equipped with the same NAMUR standard. A pneumatic actuator ensures the opening and closing of, for example, ball valves and butterfly valves.

Thanks to this NAMUR standard you place the valve directly on the actuator. Hoses and couplings between the valve and the actuator are therefore not required.

All valves are equipped with a magnetic coil and standard plug.

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